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The Psychology of the Integral Society
The Psychology of the Integral Society

The Psychology of the Integral Society
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The Psychology of the Integral Society presents a revolutionary approach to education. In an interconnected and interdependent world, teaching children to compete with their peers is as “wise” as teaching one’s left hand to outsmart its peer, the right hand. An integral society is one in which all the parts contribute to the well-being and success of the society. The society, in turn, is responsible and cares for the well-being and success of its elements, thus forming co-dependence. In a globalized and integrated world, this is the only sensible and sustainable way to live.

In this book, a series of dialogs between professors Michael Laitman and Anatoly Ulianov sheds light on the principles of an eye-opening approach to education. Absence of competition, rearing through the social environment, peer equality, rewarding the givers, and dynamic makeup of group and instructors are only some of the new concepts introduced in this must-have book for all who wish to become better parents, better teachers, and better persons in the integrated society of the 21st century.

Product Details:

Edition: Soft cover
Number of Pages: 288
ISBN #: 978-1897448694

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5 of 5 Review by ForeWord Magazine December 23, 2011
Reviewer: Chaim Ratz  
ForeWord Magazine, the 2nd most important book reviewer in the U.S., posted a very thorough and positive review review on "The Psychology of the Integral Society," with quotes and explanations about the concepts of education in today's integral, global society. The bottom line of the review is this: "what’s expressed in The Psychology of the Integral Society should also get people thinking about other possibilities. In solving any difficult problem, all perspectives need to be explored. As a society, we spend so much time competing and trying to get a leg up that the concept of simply working together sounds groundbreaking in itself."
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